It is very nice to have a very experienced deep learning practitioner showing you the "magic" of making DNN works. That is usually passed from Professor to graduate student, but is available here now.
I learned so many things in this module. I learned that how to do error analysis and different kind of the learning techniques. Thanks Professor Andrew Ng to provide such a valuable and updated stuff.
por Anatolii B•
some quiz questions are poorly formed, a little disappointing.
por Emmanuel D M•
I thini the course needs more quizzess and a program exercise
por C. I•
Very short, not many practical examples. Lots of repetitions.
por W S•
Video lectures tend to be repetitious, and can be confusing.
por Anthony M•
Practical knowledge, but I would prefer more hands on coding
por Jiheng R Z•
Quite a few errors and ambiguities in the practice problems.
The topics are interesting however the content is off par.
por Axel G•
Good content, but very focused on Computer Vision and NLP
por Daniel D•
The course es good, but it seems still under development.
por Juan A C A•
It would be better if you include programming exercises.
por Abdullah M•
It was hard to keep interested - lost focus many times
por Brandon C•
lacking in the usual engaging programming assignments
por Varun S•
Was expecting more scenarios for real data experience
por Jian Z•
por Bogdan P•
The course is OK, but it lacks programming exercises
por JETTIBOINA V N D S R P•
Learned new things but the course was boring.......
por Tzushuan W•
Wordy and too abstract without hands on experience.
por Evgeny S•
I would rather expect a course more like a capstone
por Mirko R•
It's been overall useful, but it's not "hard" ML.
por Rishab K•
a assignment could be given along with the theory
por shafkat r•
More programming exercises would have been great
por Beatriz S M•
Very general, I would like to be more specific..
por AKUT J R•
Nice module however some repetition of content!
por Mikhail G•
quite short, would be nice to get some practice
por Paavan G•
Could have included some programming exercises